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Cool clocks?

post #1 of 40
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I decided I need a wall clock for my apartment, I hate looking for my cell phone at home every time I wanna know what time it is. Anyway, any cool clocks that you guys have?
post #2 of 40
I love this one, it's in my cubicle at work but it's a desk clock-
http://www.clockstyle.com/desktop-cl...KO070#navbar=a

Our wall clock is pretty close to this one-
http://www.clockstyle.com/wall-clock...KO108#navbar=a

JB
post #3 of 40
Not really a wall clock, but the JLC Atmos has to be one of the coolest clocks ever.

Never needs winding. Never needs batteries. It runs on minute changes in air temperature.

http://www.davewestclocks.co.uk/atmos_clock.htm
post #4 of 40
^^^ Dig it!
post #5 of 40
Vitra
post #6 of 40
I like the starkness of this clock mixed with the baroque looking hands. Cheap too.
http://www.cb2.com/family.aspx?c=591&f=3593

The ghost clock while not a wall clock is what I will be getting.
http://www.whotelsthestore.com/item....t_subcat_id=41
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post #8 of 40
This one isn't a wall clock, but there are some great antique clocks out there (that may or may not hang on the wall). This one is a Seth Thomas.
post #9 of 40
I've always loved cuckoo clocks. We have one now, that's around forty years old. The cuckoo's a little hoarse these days; in winter it squeaks rather than sings. It interrupts phone conversations and television shows, but I've got to have it.
post #10 of 40
the JLC is very cool. i've been browsing the Sales Corner at Timezone.com lately and they'll have some cool pieces by the mid to high end watchmakers. i saw a very nice Panerai earlier today that was inlaid in mahogany. my favorites are the old clocks that were used in boats/ships. saw a Hamilton a few weeks back on TZ. http://landandseacollection.com/id166.html -Jeff
post #11 of 40
I'll have another orgy with pics of antiques here...first, a few different types of wall clocks:
post #12 of 40
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Originally Posted by denning View Post
I like the starkness of this clock mixed with the baroque looking hands. Cheap too.
http://www.cb2.com/family.aspx?c=591&f=3593
This URL doesn't work, could you post it again? I'm very interested to know what you're talking about.
post #13 of 40
Sorry alexei, it looks like it's gone from the site now. Here's a picture I had though.

post #14 of 40
you can also have a look at all the cuckoo clocks from progetti: http://www.unicahome.com/p35080/prog...getti-srl.html !luc
post #15 of 40
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Originally Posted by Kai View Post
Not really a wall clock, but the JLC Atmos has to be one of the coolest clocks ever. Never needs winding. Never needs batteries. It runs on minute changes in air temperature. http://www.davewestclocks.co.uk/atmos_clock.htm
Here's two other Atmos and another Jaeger with the linear movement:
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